All about Rockets

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All about Rockets is the second module of Junior Space Camp 2021 and will introduce students to the fastest aerial objects humans have ever developed - rockets - and what they do. 

The modules are curated to pique the child’s curiosity about the things around them and in the sky. Through the modules, students will expand their knowledge of space and grow their interest in science!

The first module, Living in Space and Space Weather includes fun and engaging topics such as how astronauts survive in space, what happens to the human body in space, and what space weather is all about! To enjoy savings, sign up for both modules below:

Junior Space Camp (March)

  • Age:
    9 - 12 years old
  • Dates:
    18 to 19 March 2021*
    2 - 5.30pm daily
  • Instructor
  • Level
  • Lecture time
    3.5 h x 2 days
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*Alternative dates available:
24 June - 25 June 2021

2.00pm - 5.30pm

To register your interest for All about Rockets from 24 June - 25 June 2021, please click here instead:

Camp Requirements

  • Computer with internet connection, video camera and microphone function
  • Ability to type and identify characters on the keyboard
  • All cadets will receive a digital copy of all class materials. If a hardcopy of the class materials is preferred, do let us know by Monday, 15 March.
This course is brought to you by Space Academy Singapore and SpaceLab.

For more information on other courses in Junior Space Camp, please email us at or call us at +65 9789 7318.

Meet your Space
Camp instructor

Mr Adhitya
Instructor for All about Rockets 
Adhitya graduated from the very first Space Academy Singapore. From there he went to the US to Purdue University to pursue Mechanical Engineering. ​​He is passionate about spreading his love of science and technology to the next generation and inspiring them to shoot for the stars.​

Other Space Camp instructors

Mr. Akshay
Instructor for Space Weather in Living in Space and Space Weather
Akshay is a graduate from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. When he was in IIT, he was involved in the university satellite project whose mission was to measure fluxes of high energy electrons and protons with temporal resolution better than previous missions. This data will help understand lithosphere-ionosphere coupling and earthquake prediction studies. Akshay is now the CEO of Infinite Orbit, a satellite fleet management company and will share his knowledge on Space Weather in the Junior Space Camp 2021. 
Mr. Bryan
Bryan is a law graduate of King's College London and coaches its Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Team. He was a tutor for the 28th European Centre for Space Law Summer Course in 2019 and has attended the 1st UN Conference on Space Law and Policy, UNISPACE+50 and the 61st session of UNCOPUOS. ​​He is interested in the commercial aspects of the industry and teaches space law, ethics in our programme. ​
Ms. Eleni
Instructor for Living in Space in Living in Space and Space Weather
Eleni studied Computer Science and Biomedical Informatics at the University of Central Greece and received a Master's degree in Nanotechnology and Regenerative Medicine from University College London. ​ She was a researcher at NASA Frontier Development Lab. She was co-author to the paper Harnessing artificial intelligence to support astronaut medical care with automated and interpretable diagnosis for cardiac abnormalities in space.​
Ms. Victoria
Space Camp Instructor
Victoria is an inspiring Uruguayan space technopreneur and was selected by the MIT Technology Review as the Innovator of the Year for Argentina and Uruguay in 2014. ​​She is now the CEO of Chipsafer, that leverages on tracking technologies, including that from space, to detect anomalies in cattle behaviour. Victoria now lives in Singapore. Victoria will share about satellite systems, space communications and entrepreneurship. ​


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